This is the ISIS-executioner 'Jihad John' without the mask

This is the ISIS-executioner 'Jihad John' without the mask
The man with the cap is "Jihad John" as a student. Today, 26 years old Mohammed Emwazi from London is one of the world's most notorious terrorists.

The picture is from the database of the University of Westminster, where Emwazi was a student from 2006 to 2009. There he took a degree in computer programming. He passed all classes with the exception of two, writes Sky News.

He grew up in a middle class home and went to a Christian elementary school.

In the picture "Jihad John" is wearing a cap with the logo of the baseball team Pittsburgh Pirates. They quickly published a statement condemning the terrorist use of the team's caps.

- It is terrible to see this killer wear a Pirates-caps, they said in a press release.

The first time "Jihad John", named after the Beatles John Lennon because of his British background, appeared in an ISIS murder video was in August last year, when he killed the American journalist James Foley.

Since then he has beheaded several hostages, and both journalists and aid workers have had their head brutally cut off by the 26 year old IS-Terrorist, among them Steven Sotloff and David Haines.

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